Morning Exercise = Mental Health

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Tips For Living a Healthy Lifestyle

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How to manage and reduce stress

Here, we would like to start, by giving you an introduction to what stress is, what the signs of stress are, what simple steps you can take when feeling stressed and provide practical advice for preventing it, to show why we are passionate about moving towards a less stressed nation.

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Can stress be positive?

Research has shown that stress can sometimes be positive. It can make you more alert and help you perform better in certain situations.2 However, stress has only been found to be beneficial if it is short-lived. 4 Surprising Health Benefits of Stress

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What can prolonged stress lead to?

What can prolonged stress lead to? Stress is a natural reaction to many situations in life, such as work, family, relationships and money problems. We mentioned earlier on that a moderate amount of stress can help us perform better in challenging situations,34 but too much or prolonged stress can lead to physical problems. This can include lower immunity levels,35 digestive and intestinal difficulties, e.g. irritable bowel syndrome (IBS),36 or mental health problems such as depression.3 This means it is important to manage your stress and keep it at a healthy level to prevent long-term damage to your body and mind.

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What happens to my body when I experience stress?

What happens to my body when I experience stress? People react differently to stress. Some common symptoms of stress include sleeping problems, sweating or a change in appetite.6,7 Symptoms like these are triggered by a rush of stress hormones in your body which, when released, allow you to deal with pressures or threats. This is known as the 'fight or flight' response. Hormones called adrenaline and noradr

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What are the behavioural and emotional effects of stress?

When you are stressed you may experience many different feelings, including anxiety, irritability or low self-esteem, which can lead to becoming withdrawn, indecisive and tearful. You may experience periods of constant worry, racing thoughts, or repeatedly go over the same things in your head. You may experience changes in your behaviour. You may lose your temper more easily, act irrationally or become more verbally or physically aggressive. Thes

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What causes stress?

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Relationships and stress

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Healthy couples’ relationships

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Workplaces

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Communities

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Online

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Dealing with isolation

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Difficulties in building relationships

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Toxic relationships

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